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THE ST. LOUTS REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MARCH 28. 19.04.
! r !i i- -.; i m '4 SILK GOWNS ARE TO BE MUGH WORN THIS SUMMER. Taffeta, Plain and Changeable in Light Shades Chiffon Trimmed Flowered Effects Charming Favorite Styles Are on the OldFasUioned Picturesque Order. O-'SSSSSseilsi 4 I I I S H I I i. Hi Li ) .' . i ii. . . . n , i , hi Q TVITH DRAPED LACE SCARF. Black lace Is cleverly mingled with .black, straw braIdto form this flare shape. The crown Is low and the brim flares all around In eanoticr style, a spray of white camcllas with green foliage being perched on the front. The long lace scarf is draped around and falls in tho back witn very full lines, the adjustment of which can be made to suit the "wearer. Silk gowns for afternoon and evening wear are to be extremely fashionable this spring and summer, and while the thin materials are as much In demand as ever, the flllk gowns find so much favor that It is clifHeult to avoid extravagance in or-Hr-Ting the. summer outfit. Taffeta in all light shades, in plain or changeable ef fects, reigns supreme, and there is cer tainly something mest attractive in the pale pinks and blues trimmed with chif fon ruehings. either the color of the silk or white, with lace or, with narrow fringe. The favorite models for .taffeta dinner gowns are all on the old-fashioned plc-U-resque order. The full skirts, gathered or pleated at the sides or back, or plain with flounces, the draped waist with soft fichu, j)t bertha, or with folds of the silk dged with lace and draped like a bertha. a-e extremely simple in design and, as. a rule, becoming. Flowered silky arc charming. The white ground with colored turners and the colored ground with contrasting colors In the flowers do not require trimming, except' on the waist,- when fichu or fiertha !s by far the rnost" .appropriate snd effective trimming that could well be devised. An absolutely unique design of a pale straw-colored silk has flounces of flowered design and on the" waist the same flowered silk is draped to form a bertha. When the silk against the skin is too unbecoming, then soft folds of tulle or chiffon can be put inside to soften the too hard line. Changesb.e taffeta silks in the most ex quisite colorings are exceedingly smart rnd the favorite design Is on the princess order, hut It Is In reality a separate waist and skirt joined together by a band of lace Insertion. The entire gowu is most elaborately trimmed with insertion and medallions of lace, while. the odd shape of gathered skirt and long-shouldered waist seems to call for a poke bonnet and silk pelerine to be worn with it. Ashes of roses, dove's breast, mauve shad ing Into blue are the favorite colorings, which, by tho way, are not easy to find, except In the most expensive silks! There Is such a wide range of prices In silks this Vrar that again it requires a careful study to make the right choice that Is, when economy must be consulted. It does not seem strange that the newest patterns and colorings should command h'gh prices, but there are any number of pood patterns and beautiful colors to be found among the cheap ones. There is "ho sense in buying a slik that is cheap only because It is of poor quality, but when It is cheap becauso It is a last year's design, then It Is a bargain lndeivi nmi an excellent investment. LILIES FOft EASTER nninns. Xong-Sfemmcd Cluster nouquet to He Carried. An Easter bride will Introduce a very new fad this year, which other brides may wish to copy. In place of the con ventional bridal bouquet she will -carry a cluster of long-stemmed Easter lilies'. She will hold the stems 'with her left hand, letting the white lilies rest against her arm. Nothing could be more appropriate for a bride's flower than the pure, stately Easter Illy, and to carry a cluster of them, a mass of white bloom, will Intro duce a happy touch of novelty. Since embroidery continues to be the craze of the hour, sprays of Easter lilies will make a charming embroidered design for a wedding gown. They should be in troduced sparingly, the greater number toward the bottom of the skirt. An evidence that the Easter lily as a motif of dress decoration will appeal strongly to the Easter girl this year is. shown In many of her daintiest dress ac cessories. The Easter Illy stock collar Js quite the most artistic collar of the year. It Is of pale-green silk and embroidered in a de sign of Easter lilies. The embroidery Is raised from the silk so that the lilies stand out with effective naturalness, and their leaves are worked In a darker shade AN OLD ADAGE SAYS s-a A light purse Is a heavy curie" Sickness makes a light purse. The LIVER is the seat of nine tenths of all disease. o to the root of the whole mat ter, thoroughly, quickly safely .. and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition. Give tone to the system and urfkl flesh to the body. -k No Substitute. i-t -j&r-",,-;,. t it TutfsPis 1 of gieen than that used for the collar. ine rront or. tne stocK Is formed In the shape of a tab made of the silk, and en tirely covered with the embroidered de sign. Cuffs in this same fashion made to match this stock would be very dainty and lovely, especially when worn with a wa'st cf pale green crepe de Chine, says the Woman's Home Companion. In the spring fashions It Is Interesting to see the two varying types of skirts which will be worn. There Is the trotteur skirt, one inch from the ground and shorter, which is the acknowledged fashionable skirt for general, everyday knockabout wear. And then there is the soft, full, trailing skirt for' dress- occasions, with, Us Introduction of plaits and shirrs and gath ers. ENWItEATHED WITH nOSES. The crown In this model Is low and spreading, formed of folds of. white mallnes, and a heavy wreath of yellow roses passes all the way around. The brim is bent fantastically and faced with heavy Irish lace, a deep bandeau serving to lift tho shape off the face. MAKI.NG OVER SILK URESSES. How They Cnn He Changed Inio Ap propriate New Frocks. Few women are without eome kind of a silk gown. Probably nine women out of ten possess one of the satin foulards which have been so much worn within recent years. For .some mysterious reason1, known only to fashion, the foulard gowns have been made, to take rather a back seat, and to-day they, are only appropriate for morning gowns and gowns for general wear .on the shirt-waist order; this means that they must be made with round skirts of walking length and bodices of a dis tinctively shirt-waist type; therefore. If you have a left-over gown of this de-scr-plion. alter the skirt by making It Into one1 of walking length and simplify the bodice on plain JInes. If you happen to have a foulard gown trimmed witn lace which Is shabby or soiled remove th lace and freshen the bodice with' a deep collar of linen batiste or-fine handkerchief linen, or trim the" gown with one of tbe dark mercerizod cheviots, embroidered In white, or linen of the same shade if pos sible, or white linen embroidered with. silk the color of the gown. Probably you may find sufficient linen In an old linen blouse or sjclrt to make tha needed trimming for both the skirt snd blouse, though it is better to keep the skirt simple and without any trim ming. HOT-WATER HAG A .NECESSITY-. Moat L'sefol Article for the Sick Itoom. With all the ills that flesh Is heir to, a. hot-water bag is a household necessity. Why sutler, even with cold feet, when a few cents Invested Va a hot-water bag will quickly give returns in comfort? A Email bag, slightly larger than the bag when It is filled., makes the hot-water bag- more pleasant as a companion. After the bag Is. filled and thoroughly dried on the outside. It Is but the work of a moment to drop It ipto this antt woolen slip. Which, provided, with a dflLw strlng. makes the bag far more pleasant to handle SEEN Ijf THE SHOPS. Something new In the collar and cuff line Is warranted not to wear out. There aro sets of deep turnover collar and cuffs, made uralght and stitched on tbe edges and of leather In different colors. They are to be found In red. dark green, blue, and pink, and they cost JL50 a set. Those pretty things In the way of toasts, engraved on squares of brass and mount ed on squares of black wood, have come down in price. Pretty ones with the brass about five Inches square cost only 23 cents now. The words are old and familiar. One toast Is: "To woman when che la pretty, when she Is witty, when she is not too wise." Another Is: "To the fool who Is generally- tbe wisest man In tbe room disguised." There' Is a donkey's head with this- O '. . 4 . 4) I n I .it 4V Li . ti A. rjf -s.-...r'j,i .fej.-;. , . ....fr.&?UV'gSuW-J$iZVr!iSK'- -..m-V,., , CITY HULL TO BE BLAZE OF' LIGHT, Supervisor of Lighting Plans Ex tensive Illumination of Mu nicipal'Building. 5,000 LIGHTS TO BE USED. Cluster of 2.000, Designed bv Ar chitects, Will Ornament Ro tunda and Hang From the Roo. Plans of the City Lighting Department have Just been completed, and when car ried out. will make the City Hall a blaze of light during the World's Fair period Supervisor of City Lighting Thomas' n. Carter eald yesterday that 5,000 elcctrio incandescent globes would decorate the exterior and interior of the City Hall soon after the World's Fair opens. JIanv aro lights will add to the brilliancy on ex traordinary state occasions. A special design of 2.O0O globes has leen prepared by Weber & Groves, archiU'-ts. for the rotunda, which is now bein hur ried to completion by the contractors. This design will be suspended from the roof and will shed its brilliancy to all floors belpw. The hails surrounding the ro-, tunda are to be paneled off; and will be Illuminated with groups of ten elec tric globes to the panel. On the Twelfth street side of the hall, which Is to be the main entrance of the building, the scheme is an elaborate one. Decorative candelabra have been secured to bear clusters of twenty-five and twelve lights each. There will be six clusters of twenty-five and eight of twelve light chan deliers. The larger candelabra will adorn the straight walk to the main entrance facing Walnut street. The eight-light clusters will be placed along the curved walk that will lead from the Clark avenue and Mar ket street comers. Ample provision has been made for the vestibule of tbe main entrance and the entrances on Clark and Market street. The Clark avenue side will have several arc lamps to dispel the darkness, from the Grant statue and the guns surrounding its pedestal. Storage batteries are to be Installed In the basement of the City Hall to supply power for this- display. When not in use the power will be stored away for state occasions. , One elevator will also be put into com mission at the main entrance, with pro vision for another when necessary for the accommodation of the public. riVE NEGROES ' LYNDTlEDBf IViOB Victims of Race War at St. Charles, Ark., Now Num ber Nine. , Little Rock. Ark., March 23. A special from Dewitt says five negroes have been taken from the guards at St. Charles and shot to death by a mob. This makes nine negroes who have been killed within a week near St. Charles on account of racial troubles. MEINHARDT FOUND GUILTY OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER. Defendant Said He Expected "the Worst' for Kllllnc tinsel Smith at Lunch Stand. John Meinhardr, who was charged with killing Hazel Smith, at No. 604 Kim street, ir. a lunch stand near Sixth and Elm streets on the morning of January 17, 1501, was found guilty of murder In the first degree by a Jury In Judge McDonaU'a division of the Circuit Court last night. The jury was out two hours. When .the Verdict was read Meinhardt did not appear to be affected. Several minutes before he said: "I can only hope for the worst." Meinhardt killed the Smith woman while, she was preparing luncheon for a customer. He shot her three times at close range. Meinhardt was arrested at the time of the shooting. All that he wnnlrl sav wan. "She threw me down." About one year ago Meinhardt had a. quarrel witn tne amitn woman anu ion the city, going to Chicago. On Thanks giving he returned and attempted to af fect a reconciliation. He did not succeed. Several days before the shooting he train came to St. Louis on the same mis sion. Before leaving the first time Mein hardt and the Smith woman were partners in the lunch-stand business. , When Meinhardt returned to St. Louis In January he found the woman conduct ing the business alone. He again tried to affect a reconciliation, but was unsue cessful. . . , Meinhardt claimed self-defense, saying that the Smith woman was about to at tack him with a knife when he shot at her. He also testified that she had a re volver In her hand. Other witnesses tes tified that she was busy, preparing food when he shot at her. . FATHER DEAD IN A CHAIR. Body of John Beckermanu, 7S, ; Found by Son. When George Beokermann of No. 314 Victor street ireturned to .his home last night after being absent during the day he found his father, John Beckermann, 78 years old, sitting In a chair In the base ment dead. Apoplexy is supposed to have been the cause of death. When Beckermann left home In the morning his father was apparently in good health. Several months ago he sustained a slight apoplectic stroke. The senior Beckermann was formerly in the commis sion business. He was an old resident of St. Louis. The Coroner has been notified of his death. w SOUTH SIDE BRIDGE IN DANGER Structure Over River des Peres Threatened by Current. The Iron Mountain bridge, near the mouth of the River des. Peres in Caron delet, was reported last night In danger of being washed away by the currents. Tbe rains have stvollen the river out of all Troportloo9, and It was still rising at midnight. Repairs which are In progress, it la claimed, have weakened the structure. Stscnton Prisoner Escapes. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Staunton. 111., March "3. Henry AIs wede, who was arrested here last night on a charge of threatening to kill Paul Bchoedllsh. a ".saloonkeeper,, .who .refused, him' & drink; cut his war out of J Ml and escaped. H9 Is oUU it ltvne. ijft, Vnt' t, BOWLING. MEYER. BIIOS. LGAGl'E. Mlkndos a, Pearls 2. The following scons were made at the Royal alleys; MIKADOS. Name. C. M. 1 ; 3 4 5 Tl. Av. Delkeekamp.. S :i 45 tl 43 44 64 ill 4s 3-5 Uarron 1 43 46 3: 35 4 28 193 39 'fitly u a it si u ai it 1-3 Kojskopf 3 36 43 31 13 50 5 227 S 2-3 UKker 6 31 39 36 37 47 41 aw 40 Totals 21 ISC 334 113 213 220 221 1101 41 1-25 Handicaps Delknikanip o, liarron 3, Tilly 4, Koskopf 1. Decker' 0. 'lotal. . PEARLS. Name. n M. l 2 2 4 5 54 60 Si 49 T"l. Av. AlDers 5 45 36 311 If 223 45 lleyer 4 43 39 4' 40 14 3-5 40 3-5 45 4-5 4 4-5 weity 4 47 49 4i S5 Luckes 1 3 Ji W Bpraailng ... 7 46 is u 3s 33 29 45 40 39 45 Totals M 226 222 202 210 22S 224 1CS4 43 9-23 Handicaps Albera 7, Meyer 3, velty S, LucKts I, spradUng 0. Total, 27. Imperials 2, T. F. M.'k 3. The follow log scures were mado at the Royal alleys: IMPERIAL CROWNS. Name. C. M. 1 2 S 4 i Tl. Hucnes 3 44 64 40 37 41 41 223 Lynott u i 4.' U 37 53 54 2o9 O. Meyer .... 2 63 49 4.' 59 t! 3 230 HlCOlB L 87 41 49 2J 40 30 1L'3 'Sielblg ...... e 12 52 5t 38 i.6 51 253 Totals 27 MIS 2M 201 232 214 1138 Handicaps Hurhes 5. Lynott 4, G. Mejer 8, Hltbte 8.' Total 25. T. F. M.'s C. II. 1 2 3 .. 6 37 47 43 42 .. ( 34 M 15 41 .. 6 50 54 33 35 .. 7 33 a 42 43 .. 9 21 45 41 49 Name. 4 5 Tl. 43 71 213 49 45 215 Av. Stone RaUigate . alack Haberger 49 51 49 230 4 49 53 223 44 2-5 56 30 2T7 45 2-5 wyue Totals 34 171 23S 216 219 250 257 lift) 4 19-23 Handicaps Stone 6. Uathxate ", Hack 8, Hatesger 3. Total 24. JliMOIl LEAGUE. Office Men 4, Cabnuitea 1. The follow lug scores were made at the Acme alleys: CAIUSAra. Janlors 3, Senlora '2, The following tcores wereniide at the West ern Rowing Club alleys: JUNIORS. Name. G. luerke Freitar ... A. Uuerke Rusch .... F. Efchott C. M. 1 2 3 4 Tl. Av. 7 40 32 23 33 54 (3 223 44 2-5 249 49 4-5 215 43 3 42 38 C3 48 54 3 45 34 68 40 39 41 7 31 43 52 54 66 57 8 30 43 63 45 43 54 377 55 1-5 238 i 3-5 Totals 28 183 19: 231 225 27.6 274 1201 43 11-23 Guerke Handicaps G. Guerke 4, rreltaE 8. A. 6. uuscn F. Schott 6. Total, 31. snNiona C. M. 1 2 3 4 I S3 51 32 33 43 6 38 40 33 43 52 3 56 36 41 44 31 4 33 45 57 55 4S 8 19 52 46 itf 51 Name. Joachim . Reiner ... Rueslng . Becker ... Schmidt . Totals , 5 Tl. Av. 45 212 42 2-5 46 219 43 4-5 47 2J2 40 2-5 57 262 52 2-5 45 264 62 4-5 .23 169 224 214 250 221 240 1159 47 19-3 Ilandicaps-Joachlm 4. Reiner 8, RueslnE: 7, Becker 7. ichmldt 3. Total. 26. CAROXDELET LEAGUE. Raotera 4, Royals 1. The rollawlm score were made at the Meti ler alles: ROOTERS, Name. C. M. 1 2 3 4 S Tl. Av. S. Johnson... 6 28 39 "40 45 62 50 XT. 47 2-5 Reach 44 Hi 43 4 21 41 14 36 4-5 Scheramser .. 6 4S 23 31 W 32 36 187 37 Z- . C Woenilln. 7 34 37 44 44 31 48 3'2 40 2-5 O. Woehrlln.. S 60 63 37 34 33 205 41 Totals 184 193 311 223 1S3 203 1015 4015-23 ROTALS. Name. Hlnty Zimmerman Blind Ueger Moellcnhon C. it. 1 2 3 8 It 49 41 26 3 41 37 43 41 30 30 20 6 63 tl 40 32 7 21. 31 " 62 60 6 TL Ar. 22 199 29 4-6 43 114 49 4-$ SO ISO 30 32 lt 32 1-5 35 23 45 4-6 Totals 24 151478,288 1S9 186 172 943 17 IS -25 Rivals .4, Reals 1. The following scores were made at the Metz ier alleys: RIVALS. Name. C. M. 1 2 I 4 5 Tl. At, W. Klaces . 5 39 49 44 33 48 34 133 29 34 Hand 5 49 86 31 34 43 67 206 411-5 E. Klages .. i 43 49 4J 32 38 50 20S 41 Bowersox ...8 34 43 IS S3 43 49 217 43 S-l Schanbacher. J 46 43 35 43 33 26 190 38 Totals 26 211 203 200 176 215 221 1016 40 16-25 REALS. Name. Grohman Bllch .. Sorey ... evlne .. Thomas M. 1 2 3 4 5 TL AT. 80 39 34 24 27 36 1P 33 . 70 43 27 49 IS SO 177 33 S-S 44 30 34 49 39 66 2'1 113-5 $6 S3 a 45 Si 39 195 33 35 32 43 64 41 46 233 46 2-5 Totals 22 285 177 1J7 231 170 207 72 21 22-23 Rcfrulnrs 3, Rollers 2. The following scores were made at the Mdx ler alleys: U1SUUUA14&. Name. C. Meyer 5 R. Johnson . 4 Klnsey 5 Dablati 7 Nolle 4 M. 1 2 3 4 6 Tl. 4ftS 45 4-5 44 40 44 1-6 44 64 S 27 43 41 209 229 220 200 33 t 43 49 41 41 33 It 36 62 33 3J 44 37 43 38 44 36 28 39 45 43 40 55 Totals ... Name. A, Everta Phillips ... Metiler .... Krr-hblel .. Lenharth - E. Uteris 2S 187 24! 204 209 206 ROLLERS. C. M. 1 2 3 i It 32 37 S 62 33 2 24 39 61 66 63 .1 14 SS '3 J8 42 34 tl .. 3 41 61 19 33 37 .5 23 Si 64 36 62 il8 1079 43 4-25 S Tl 35 1S8 At. 39 2-5 60 2-3 43 48 S. 43 17 35 S-S 23 175 35 33 214 43 4-5 Totals 39 169 208 214 208 218 181 1032 42 7-25 ' OUTCAST LEAGUE. Walnuts 4, Pines 1. The followlnr scores were made at tbe Crea cent alleys: PINE9. Nam". C. H. 1 2 3 4 5 Tl. Ar. Rladrrman .. 8 26 34 38 38 68 4 -2 42 2-5 It. Hell 4 41 a 45 35 42 34 193 39 2-5 C SchmlU... 5 27 33 46 69 47 33 214 42 4-5 Rotterroan ., 7 22 48 42 32 41 41 207 41 2-5 Reiner 8 36 St 41 43 28 50 193 33 3-5 Totals S3 153 193 213 193 213 202 1024 40 24-25 WALNUTS. Name. Pondrum Moore ... Koss C. M. 1 2 i . 6 26 42 42 33 . 2 31 51 65 39 . 4 39 33 30 34 Name. 'C. II. I 2 3 4 5 T"l. Av. Willis S 2) 58 47 31 37 (4 2,3 47 Peters 8 13 41 37 12 38 45 223 41 2-3 Rauer 8 10 M 56 W 63 Gl 2,9 55 4-5" CslfSer 5 II 17 59 53 63 51 271 55 3-3 I'rleamawi .10 10 58 72 29 49 53 Z7I 51 4o Totals 29 S3 258 271 "17 247 266 15J 51 11-25 OFFICE MEN. N.lm. C. II. 1 2 3 4 3 Tl. Av. Johnson 5 14 U 4S 57 53 67 294 CS 4-3 Miller 4 13 45 47 82 76 68 iSS 59 2-3 Martin 10 13 56 46 27 67 61 257 512-5 Kicker C 14 63 56 49 40 M 251 50 1-5 Oar-In 12 16 49 40 53 38 59 239 47 4-5 Totals iT "73 270 227 258 266 303 1339 53 11-25 V. H. C. COCKEIJ-IIAT LEAGUE. -4 6 Tl. Av. 48 63 217 43 2-5 40 33 2:0 44 36 45 177 33 2-5 19 27 2l 4t 4-5 29 58 231 y-5 Rrnkamp .10 31 33 31 14 Ilraun 9 46 33 M Totals 30 153 201 216 220 203 21? 1C57 142 7-23 Cedars 4, Locnsta 1. The following scores were made at the Cres cent alleys: CEDARS. Name. C. M. 1 3 2 4 6 TL Av. Geo. Hell.... 3 27 48 43 37 63 36 217 43 2-5 Phillips 1 27 .37 42 43 63 45 222 41 2-5 (Tutor 9 8 42 62 51 52 64 251 52 1-5 Herman 7 21 41 45 48 43 Schaerer 7 17 34 63 59 37 43 219 43 4-5 61 255 51 Totals 27 100 VO Zfl 238 240 241.1174 LOCUSTS. 46 24-: Name. C. M. , 1 2 2 4 Orawe. 9 31 'M 36 43 48 Schmltt. 5 89 38 33 35 41 Dooly 6 35 47 33 47 49 0lf 6 29 28 50 60 ntlne ....12 23 50 33 53 S3 5 Tl. Av. 38 211 43 1-5 41 190 3S 21 2C5 41 36 222, 44 2-5 37 21Q: 42 Totals ...,.S8 157 219 191 229 220 179 1038 41 13-25 'tvvo-mej TOURXAMEXT. Result of Games. The following scores were made at the Pal ace. alleys: v 1 ,.123 ..193 2 3 ill in ill 169 Tl. '617 615 Lukens .... Cocke Totals ... Qrassmuck Craleo ,.333 231 358 216 I3T2 .1S9 174 160 193 71 ..123 156 132 i;0 til Tctals .' 31S 330 293 Bash 151 21S 121 Woehrman 158 137 110 363 t7 114 611 167, 633 Totals 39 341 294 361 McGowarl 133 176 113 151 pabst 14 203 117 111 1113 6!9 ' , . 731 Totals S37 373 312 326 1153 li mpl - i ak NervesDyspepsia DfzzinessBad Blood EASILY CONQUERED--QUICKLY CURED The Whole Country Has Awakened to the theCelebrated Nerve Vitalizer Av. 44 3-3 Paine9s Celerv ConiDOlUlcl Milwaukee.. Dec IS. 1S03. "Through a friend I was advircd to take Palne's Cel ery Compound for stcmach trouble, with which I was afflicted for years. My food had lost taste. "I had no appetite and my system was entirely out of order. "There was o sudden change. "I wondered; for it was like a kind Mess ing falling on me. "It surely pcrforns its wonders in a marvelous way and cheerfully and with gratitude 1 join my voice with the thou sands who are praising Paine's Celery Compound. It has made me a well wora an." MP.S MART KENNDT. Discontent, 111 temper, low spirits, de t pondency, dizziness, sick headache, heart burn, palpitation of the heart, distension of tho stomach all of them are dyspepsia. The underlying cause Is that tho organs of digestion have not the Nerve Strength to do their work properly. The true cure must he a cure of the Inner nerves, which govern the digestive organs and the entire human system. "I Was Sick Dizzy Worn Oat.'' North Weymouth. Mass., Dec. H. "Palne's Celery Compound is the best and most effective medicine I have ever taken. W--W-H-H--M--M'-l---H4-J' XT. T. II. PETEltSOX W is Pnt on Ilia Feet and Given j Health ly Palne's Celery. T Compound. T rTftfTftTfttTffWWfrrfTT I was sick, dizzy and worn out for a long time and unable to attend to business. My T- ' ' ! Learn how much better you can f eel Qo to your Druggist To-Day Get one bottle Feel just ONCE that abundant new nerve forco made by Palne's Celery Compound You will NEVER AQAIN be contented with low spirits and poor health. CARDLVALS SHOW BATTIXG STREAK Nichols's 3Ien Pound the Galveston Pitchers at Will, REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Galveston. Tex., March 23. The game to-day between the Cardinals and the Galveston League team was a veritable farce. The Cardinals batted .both of the local twlrlers at will. Two-baggers-, three baggers and. home runs were common, and they could have made a hundred if they had cared to score. Somewhere in the vicinity of twenty runs they called a halt to let the locals out of Iheir misery. Every time 'Beckley was up he either put the ball over or bang up .against the fenco, except when the local pitcher got wise and let Jake 7-alk. Nichols pitched a few Innings, liut did not exert himself, and allowed two homo runs. Saunders acd Dunleavy also twirled, but very wild. The Galvestons managed to get five runs. Two were the homers mentioned, 1rtually given to them by Nichols. Beck Icy. Nichols et al., however, scored enough runs to beat the locals, with plenty to spare. The latter seemed to still hit the pipe, and' did not know where they were aL Tbe attendance was good, but IndifTerent playing of the locals excited no interest. McLean did the backstop work to-day. Shay played short. Other wise the team -was the same as yesterday. The Cardinals left to-night for Houston, where they play to-morrow ?ml Sunday, leaving Sunday evening for the North. Notes Prom Camp Cardinal. Prom now until the regular season opens the "dope" artists will be picking the Cardinal team from the twenty-odd players. In Orady. Eyers and ilcLean Manager Nich ols has three playeiw who have shown their ability to take care of the slants handed US" by the pitching taier.l. KUrrell will likely, retain his old place at second. The Utah chap Has- anown rat njm slice Joining the team this spring, but Farrell has the call on him In experience. Grady's every-day performance at third for the colts has been -taken by some as an Indica tion that Manac r Nichols may be llilnklna; or trying Michael there on the regular team. 'Ttf Question ot who. shall, cartaln the team remains .unanswered as yet. It Grady g to !v". .L ..... . will nnt h In lhe rariie r Sriy. and. the reforV" Wsgnrtalncy ofthe team uiaj'i , ,, ,,.t!nn. Farrell and Beckley out ot the Question. Fish. Matemals: Fresh fish has little odor, bright eyes, red gjlls, firm flesh. When cooked the flesh readily separates from the bones. Lea & Perrins Sauce THE ORIGINAL WORCESTERSHIRE Seasoning: White fish have dry flesh, dark; fleshed fish are rich in ou, but it is the sauce that makes the fish. Add toall fish sauces several spoonfuls of Lea C& Perrins' oaucc ana uie acsircu enect ,'Vvii "" a JL .. - - '. - .J..,.t - .l,...J'Jl....t - - SIRS. START lUa.lLI-Milwaukee 4fT Ma m. WV11 Woman of MeWWlien IIt- Wlsole STSntem. Waa Order and With Gratitude I Join the Thousands- Praia In jf Palno'"i Celery Compound." f I"T"T'fr-JT"rT-T"K"I'T"T"I"TTTTT-T"T"T"T"T'T blood was in troublesome condition. I was advised to try Palne's Celery Compound, which I did with pleasing results, and In a short time I was able to return to my business. My blood Is greaUy benefited. I would advise all who are run down by overwork or who need a blood tonic to take Palne's Celery Compound. They will find that it will be a great benefit to them." T. P. Peterson. Bad Blood Xeuralela. "I testify In regard to Palne's Celery Compound that I had bad blood and was subject to neuralgia, was much bothered, having tried various specifics, but to no purpose: thought I would try Palne's Cel ery Compound, used three bottles and It cured me. I shall recommend It to all of my friends. I consider It the best medicine I ever met for nervous diseases." John Erpehnbach. 61S Putnam avc, Eau Claire, Wis, remain the only lesical candidates for the po sition. One thing Is certain. If Shay can keep up his hitting, he Is assured a regular position. The Frisco player has made a hit by his phenom enal fielding. Danny has the ability ot eating tip bewhlakered grounders. He seems to know Intuitively when to come In on a ball, when to wait or when to go bade, and the sphere never loses any time when he Is handling- It. It Is In and ont with tha same motion. At second be is quick as a flash in tagging- ths base runner and his pivot work is exceptional. The outfield Is strong. Barclay Is In better shape right now than He was at, any time last season, lie is hitting well and running bases a la "Deerfoot." Smoot and Shannon work nicely together, and nothing that, bears any semblance to Texas League hits has fallen In their territory In the spring games. Both tho "Apostle" and "Spike" are also belting the leather with gladsome regularity, and the latter gives promise ot living right up to his reputa tion ot being the best run-getter In the Ameri can Association last year. While not laying claims to the pennant In advance. Manager Nichols gives out the Im pression ot being perfectly satisfied with ths showing of his team thus tar. All thtnga con sidered, the Cardinal team may surprise a con siderable number of the other" teams In the League before the season closes. With tho pitching talent the Messrs. Roblson have sup plied him. Nichols figures that his aggregation is quite liable to hand an awful walloping to any- team In the circuit, and la Ann In the be lief that the Cardinals will be In the running all the season, even If they do not flnlsS champion. M..nTeHl5eE111?? to "f that U coming ? JShiJfib B?!jr. has trensthened the cardinal offense and 'defense 69 per cent. The Cincinnati recruit is the liveliest boy In the ranks of, Nichols. nG"njh,i ' not playing the bag and hitting Old Eagle Eye" Is on the coaching lines shouting out Instructions and encouragement to hr.??u15?r bttiren. Ills voice has lost none of the oldtlme charm, and he has Infused much of the old-time charm.and he has Infused enough wholesale grocery. It certainly looks like a new bunch of men at work; on the diamond, and only roes to. show, what one good man can accomplish on any team. Jaka Is bumping tha sphere in the good otd-fasblonrd way. and take aa many chances on bases aa the fastest man on the team. In lattice to Nichols It must be sad'Stbat every player In the squad has had an equal chance. No favorite has been played for any position. Until ".Nick" speaks; picking the team must be purely guesswork. .9.n ,,he ?r5? shown thus far Nichols, corbett. O NeiU McFarland and Dunleavy should be slated- for regular pitching stunts. Sanders has shown as much class In the box as the Doctor." but the latter is more valuable In that he Is one ot the best outfielders on the team ana can. In a pinch, be relied upon to acceptably Jill any position In the outer breast works. The little man from the Nutmeg State Is also the hardest and best hitting pltcneri on the team. Nichols and O'Nell cot excepted. u lutaauj ooixmea. JOHN Marvelous Properties of and Tonic i - - - - - ,, ,ti.j--i.4..t-M-- ...t....M 4-t-.-Ia. ""-""?;' of5- r 4&&&&4&&et&&&&&&&&&&&i&& j "TTa:e e w ei r disease. blood ( f franlilii at Tiatn so 4hA TTUJJ3 CAUSE. Pain Is only tbe altna or V iTmnlom. It la Idle to treat tne ? nnln feaf.14. TT, nnlv T-nA 4a4S V for blood Impurity or angering; la tbe cure tnat ctukiss Tiua TRUE CAUSE Weakness of thei UXER Herves." Prat Edward E. PielM. it D- t.t. TX. of Dartmouth ITntreniTr T ,11 jraraoua Discoverer ox jcaanas ueiery 1 2? impound. J? The blood and all theorjanl! 2K at tbe body depend on tbe LV-( VETt NERVES, and Palne's Celery? uimpoana srives tne Diooa ana S the nerve trystem tbe strength to? A AIAHJ3 oil tne organs vroric inf H, health and Harmony. J? BE WELL THIS SPRING. 99999999999999999999999 T and the manager will think It over soma be fore he parts with his "Midget." Corbett Has Money Ready. Tom Corbett. referring to the joint offer of several members ot the Browns to accept bis bet ot 3200 that bis brother, Joe, would beat McAleer's men tha first time they tied up, said last night: "I have already bet S200 with Ulks 0Donnell. but I am willing to bet 3200 more. If any members of the Browns want to bet, I will gtve them an opportunity. I will put the money up with the sporting editor ot The Re- fiubllo at any time." Corbett says his money s ready the moment ths Brawns' adherents car' to cover It. Je ' Practice Game at C. B. C. To-morrow afternoon KulagVs Whit Seals will play the Missouri Pacific team a practice game at the Christian Brothers College cam pus. CARPENTERS OFT FOH, MAXILA. Filipino VVorkraen Glad to Leave Fair and ,Retnrn Home. Forty Filipino carpenters -will bid a glad farewell to tho World's Fair grounds to day, .when they will depart for San Fran Cisco to sail for Manila, on April L Tho carpenters have finished their con tract, the building' of naUve- Exhibition Palaces for Forestry, Fish, and Game and Agriculture, during their six months' stay. They have worked out of doors In the cold, and have thrived. Few of them have been sick, and their general physical con dition is said to-be better than when they arrived last September. Most of them have saved much ot their 130 a month, and one, at least, will reach Manila with JIM to his credit. They do not Trtsh to stay to see the Fair, but are anxious to get to their native climate. There they will be almost millionaires from the standpoint of their countrymen, it Is said. Driver Hurt by a Car.- Frank Oldridges. a driver employed by the Dennis Bros. Grocery Company, of No. 2828 Manchester avenue, was thrown from a wagon which was struck by a car on Laclede .avenue, between Vandeventer avenue and Sarah street last night, and seriously injured. He was removed to hU home, where his Injuries, which consist of a broken nose and numerous bruises, were dressed. KW.?.K,.!-WvS55 DUHCAK - S SONS, Arena, WW TORK M. ?&&! ;f JfsZi ,